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Best things to do in Plovdiv

History Museum
“Plovdiv Regional Ethnographic museum is the second largest specialized museum of this type in Bulgaria.”
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Museum
“The Balabanov House is a representative for the development of the symmetrical Plovdiv house and is one of the most lavish examples of a house whose spatial composition is characterized by the equal role of two perpendicular axes, the one of the ground floor and the one of the 1st floor. It is also characterized by the exclusively rich elaboration of the architectural detail, of plastic and flat ornamentation. This pattern transcends the pure residential function and is similar to the features of a public building”
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“The exhibition spans three floors and is fascinating. The layout is interestingly done and the information is provided in both English and Bulgarian.”
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College Arts Building
“In 1881 the National Library and Museum in Plovdiv acquired four copies of the donors’ portraits in the Boyana Church (1259) painted by the artist from Tryavna Simeon Ts. Simeonov. Later on, in 1911, an Art Department containing 25 artworks was set up at the museum. While Nikolay Rainov was the Chief Librarian (1922), the collection was enlarged with a lot of engravings, prints, lithographs, as well as paintings and graphic works by Nikolay Pavlovitch. From 1926 to 1931 the curator, Nikola Mavrodinov, added eight magnificent 16th century icons from Nessebar.”
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History Museum
“If you want to see what the 17-18th century life looked like.”
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Museum
“The old Turkish bath Chifte Hamam is of a unique architecture. Today, Banya Starinna (Ancient Bath) is a contemporary art centre where alternative plays and parties are sometimes organised. Go hide in some of the small, cool, and dark rooms of the bath, and let out your voice to feel the enchanting acoustics. ”
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“Interesting museum”
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“The Stadium of Philippopolis was built in the beginning of 2nd century AD during the reign Emperor Hadrian. It is situated in the Northern part of the fortified city surrounded by defence walls, in the natural terrain between Taksim Tepe and Sahat Tepe. The facility, approximately 240 meters long and 50 meters wide, could seat up to 30 000 spectators.”
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Museum
“A good museum...”
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“A monument to the most famous Bulgarian revolutionary”
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“It is an old Pharmacy that is quite interesting to look around”
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